Item description for Talk Thru the Bible: A Quick Guide to Help You Get More Out of the Bible by Bruce Wilkinson & Kenneth D. Boa...
Overview If you've attended the popular Walk Thru the Bible seminar, you'll recognize the at-a-glance format of this handy survey. Charts for each Old and New Testament book present basic information and extensive outlines, so you can move quickly into serious study. The conversational style, mixed with helpful diagrams, illustrations, and maps, makes this survey incredibly easy to use. Talk Thru the Bible focuses especially on the messianic themes of Scripture.
Publishers Description Start your study of any scripture with a comprehensive overview of the book it is in. Talk Thru the Bible is an easy-to-use handbook that summarizes each book of the Bible with at-a-glance charts, illustrations, and outlines. This reference volume is your first step to more in-depth, more satisfying study.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.55" Width: 6.61" Height: 1.88" Weight: 2.35 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2002
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0840752865 ISBN13 9780840752864
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More About Bruce Wilkinson & Kenneth D. Boa
Bruce Wilkinson Bruce Wilkinson is the author of the New York Times bestsellers The Prayer of Jabez(R) and Secrets of the Vine(R), The Dream Giver, as well as numerous other books. He serves as the chairman of Dream for Africa, Global Vision Resources, and Ovation Productions. Bruce and his wife, Darlene Marie, have three children and six grandchildren. They divide their time between Georgia and South Africa. David Kopp David Kopp is a writer and editor living in Oregon.
Bruce Wilkinson currently resides in Atlanta, in the state of Georgia. Bruce Wilkinson was born in 1947.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Talk Thru the Bible: A Quick Guide to Help You Get More Out of the Bible?
Excellent Study Tool Jul 3, 2006
I teach Bible study and I find Talk Thru the Bible an excellent study tool for self-study and preparing lessons. It gives an outline and overview of each book of the Bible and is easy to read and understand. It is a book I will keep in my library and refer to often.
just what I needed Jun 10, 2003
Talk Thru the Bible provided me with what most commentaries cannot-- a clear and concise overview of the Bible that saved me the time and trouble of wading through paragraphs of tedious text. Wilkinson and Boa did an excellent job charting the outlines of each book of the Bible, providing capsulated information on the background and theme of each book, and explaining the Bible in modern-day English. I highly recommend this resource to any Bible student, Sunday School teacher, Bible study leader. In fact, it's thorough enough to meet the need of most Bible teachers, but also simple enough for any Christian. My library is incomplete without it.
This is a great survey book. Oct 3, 2001
If you are looking for an easy to understand survey book, then this is what you want. Talk Thru the Bible does a good job explaining the historical background, date, theological contributions, and authorship of each book by highlighting the big ideas presented. It is written from a conservative evangelical perspective in a conversational mood and is devoid of heavy theological language.
Besides what you'd expect to find in a survey book, Talk Thru the Bible also offers explanations of Hebrew poetry which you can understand, nifty charts, and outlines detailed enough that you could develop sermons from them. All the articles are short and easy to digest--which is perfect for the micro wave attention spans (short) we all seem to have these days. This would be my choice of a textbook if I were to teach Old or New Testament survey.
A wonderful resource for the serious Bible student Dec 28, 2000
This is a wonderful resource for any serious student of the Bible. Use it right along with your Bible to help you better understand the who, what, when, where of each book of the Bible and how it fits together as a whole. I find it very easy to follow and would highly recommend it for any Christian's library. Now I am even more excited than ever to dig deep into the treasures of God's word!
Talk Thru The Bible Feb 23, 2000
I have used this resource for casual and in-depth Bible study. Every book in the Bible is reviewed, names defined, key theme, key verse identified and more. The Old Testament writers are charted in order that "at-a-glance" the reader can see whom was ministering as contemporaries. This is a simple, yet complete resource. My library is incomplete with out it.